From Buenos Aires to Coburg

Thursday. 21. January 2016 (Press and Communication Office)
Argentineans in Coburg - welcome with vice president Jutta Michel.
Argentineans in Coburg - welcome with vice president Jutta Michel.

24 pupils from the German School Instituto Ballester in Argentina visited Coburg University. They wanted to inform themselves about studying in Germany.

Growing up with two languages provides a lot of advantages. You have for example the possibility to study in Germany, when you are graduating from a German School abroad. Therefore pupils from foreign countries visit Coburg to find out more about the University and its study program.

Vice president Prof. Dr. Jutta Michel welcomed the students from Argentina at Coburg. International Office and General Student Advisement Office provided information about Coburg, the city and the university.

Furthermore, the boys and girls from Argentina could also experience on their own, how life at the University Coburg looks like. They visited the cafeteria and the student dormitory and made a short excursion to the laboratory in the faculty of science. Finally, students from Coburg University answered questions about studying and living in Coburg.